Family Therapy


“Family therapy differs from individual talk therapy because the therapist becomes much more aware of how the individual interacts in their primary social group.  As a result, this perception allows the therapist to assist the family with establishing goals to improve communication, solve family conflict and specific family situations including grief, physical or mental illnesses, blended families, or child and adolescent behavioral issues.  The goal is to create an overall better functioning home environment with support and coping strategies.”      - Bailey McAdams, M.ED., LPC